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. >> thanks for having me. bill: all right. martha: there are new problems for the mars rover curiosity. nasa is trying to fix a serious computer glitch we're told. thousands of astronomers are holding their annual meeting. you bet they're talking about that. bill: big brains in that room. did the fbi solve one of america's most infamous art heists? ♪ . bill: so we hear from the fbi it has made a major break in one of the best known art heists in u.s. history. it says it now knows who stole 13 masterpieces from boston's isabella stuart museum 23 years ago this week. the fbi is not releasing the names of the suspects and offering only a few clues it says. >> for the first time we can say with a high degree of confidence we determined in the years since the theft the art was transported to connecticut and to the philadelphia area. bill: well the missing art includes three rembrandts, like storm on the sea of gal little lee. and monet. the masterpieces are worth an estimated $500 million. martha: well, we're learning that a computer glitch is putting the mars rover "curiosity" science experime
on your screen now! jenna: coming up new next hour some fear as the felt bi arrest as nasa contractor who had access to a whole lot of classified information just as he apparently was trying to head to china with a one-way ticket. we're live with the story and details about that. >>> also preparations are underway for u.s. troop withdrawals in afghanistan by the end of next year but there are still some issues yet to be resolved to say the least. what a top u.s. military leader is doing about that we'll talk with somebody who just got back from afghanistan. >>> she recently stepped down as secretary of state but hillary clinton is not staying out of the limelight. what her new video about gay marriage will tell us about her political plans for the future. jon: well, it is one thing for an airline to maybe lose your luggage. quite another to lose your best friend. this adorable dog was supposed to fly home to phoenix with his owner but a united airlines mix-up sent the pooch all the way to ireland instead. rick folbaum in the new york newsroom with that, rick? >> lots of us probably have a
-out war well, a top nasa official testifying the ability of the u.s. to protect asteroids and his ad vice? either pay or pray. nasa's administrator told the u.s. needs more money to develop technology to find smaller asteroids flying around in space like infrared sensing telescope. the smaller objects pose greater threats because they are harder to detect. today's hearing comes about a month after a meteor exploded over russia injuring more than a thousand people. the general who heads the air force space command said the u.s. detected that event as it happened but not as the meteor approached earth. when somebody asked about the ability of the u.s. to spot incoming missiles. the general suggested a different forum would be the appropriate place for that discussion. meanwhile, nasa scientists say another computer glitch has signed the mars recovery curiosity. it entered safe mode over the weekend after some sort of software error. they still have contact with the thing but right now it cannot zap rocks and take pictures. even roam around on 00 red planet. second reported set back this mon
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on the red planet. the "curiosity" rover has been collecting samples for months and nasa announced now that they do have evidence that there may have once been life on mars. >> well scientists studied rock samples from a 3 billion-year-old lake bed and say it was once filled with pure water. abc's brandi hitt has more. >> good morning, rob, and diana. scientists say this is huge. it didn't take "curiosity" long to find concrete evidence that life could have been supported on mars and this little rover is not done searching. only 7 months after its celebrated landing on mars, the "curiosity" rover has now answered a key question. yes, mars could have hosted life. >> this was an ancient environment with the right elements and slightly salty liquid water. all of the prerequisites to support life. >> probably if this water was around and you had been on the planet you would have been able to drink it. >> reporter: nasa made the startling discovery thanks to chemical analysis of a powder "curiosity" recovered by drilling a hole into a rock. it struck pay dirt. finding half a dozen key eleme
of these locations. a beautiful day in nasa. -- nassau. a least another day 25 degrees. we are looking at a new storm system, bringing a lot of rain and snow to almost all central and eastern parts of the united states. snow all the way up towards winnipeg. down here, towards the south, is going to be atlanta. very heavy rain. miami, raining at 26. >> top stories. the president of cyprus said he agreed to controversy ial bailot conditions. two high school students in the u.s. have been found guilty of raping a drug teenage girl at a party in ohio. they have been sentenced to at least 12 months in juvenile prison. imprisonednalist for interviewing a woman who says she was raped by security forces has been released. we are returning to our top story in cyprus, the eu bailout. the president addressed the nation a short while ago, a stark message, saying he had a choice between bankruptcy and a potential exit from the euro. >> that's right. the president put all his cards on the table. to mp's otheral parties to make the right decision. when the party meets, when the parliament meets tomorrow afternoon,
. plus, this. bill: nasa has surprising advice for you if you ever see this. [ male announcer ] with free package pickup from the united states postal service a small jam maker can ship like a big business. just go online to pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ was a record collection. no. ere was that fuzzy stuff the gouda. [ both ] ugh! when it came to our plants... we were so confused. how much is too much water? too little? until we got miracle-gro moisture control. it does what basic soils don't by absorbing more water, so it's there when plants need it. yeah, they're bigger and more beautiful. guaranteed. inots. in the ground. in a ukulele. are youidding me? that was idea. with the right soil... everyone grows withiracle-gro. speedbump a worker was pouring cement when he got stuck underneath a new york city subway project. >> i think that is crazy. i have been here for 20 minutes. bill: get this, he was waist deep for four hours. he had mild hypothermia. martha: house republicans are accusing the obama administration of poorly preparing for t
charge. >>> nasa says there is new evidence to suggest that 7 billion years ago mars may have been home to tiny microorganisms. the sample contains sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and carbon the key ingredients for life. >> it went down just a few centimeters and hitting a gray planet instead of a red plant to me was very surprising. >> reporter: they found an environment which could have been suitable for life. so far they have found no signs of actual microbes on mars. >>> and no winter around here. temperatures were in the 70s today. they're going to be warmer tomorrow. delays along the eastern seaboard. out west we have dry conditions that continue as the jet stream rams over the top of us. that's how it's going to stay. the jet stream keeps going to the north of us right through the bay area weekend into a good portion of next week. we have plenty of coastal fog. that fog is making for dense visibility right along the great highway. fog is going to be there when you wake up tomorrow morning. so be prepared for it we had it this morning. we had been in a warming tren
arrested in the case is due in court next month on a drug charge. >>> nasa says there is new evidence to suggest that 7 billion years ago mars may have been home to tiny microorganisms. the sample contains sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and carbon the key ingredients for life. >> it went down just a few centimeters and hitting a gray planet instead of a red plant to me was very surprising. >> reporter: they found an environment which could have been suitable for life. so far they have found no signs of actual microbes on mars. >>> and no winter around here. temperatures were in the 70s today. they're going to be warmer tomorrow. delays along the eastern seaboard. out west we have dry conditions that continue as the jet stream rams over the top of us. that's how it's going to stay. the jet stream keeps going to the north of us right through the bay area weekend into a good portion of next week. we have plenty of coastal fog. that fog is making for dense visibility right along the great highway. fog is going to be there when you wake up tomorrow morning. so be prepared
first lady barbara bush. >>> an out of this world discovery. nasa says mars could have supported human life several billion years ago. according to new tests from the mars curiosity rover the red planet had basic elements needed to live as well as water. this comes 7 months after curiosity touched down in an ancient crater. >> that is very interesting. >>> democrats unveil their budget proposals today one day after republican paul ryan unveiled his plan. the president's proposal won't be ready until next month. we have the latest on the budget battle in washington for us. >> good morning elizabeth. >> good morning. we have the budget blue print in a dick quayed of $4.6 trillion worth of cuts. >> my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. my goal is how do we grow the economy put people back to work and if we do that we are going to be bringing in more revenue. >> chairman ryan's proposal hits some of the president's achievement such as privatization of medicare as well as obama care. he suggests cutting 124 billion from that particular program. he went on t
half to care about how much he knows. we know, nasa we know how much he cares. that is a part of what we have to be able to bring over. it is not how much we know, it is that they know how much we care. as arthur talks about communicating, that will be one of the premises as we go ahead and try to move ahead. one of the big challenges we face -- i don't know if we have a chance to talk about it here, but i know from talking to each each of my colleagues on different occasions, it is something that challenges all of us. we measure inputs, how many people work for us, what is the size of our budget, all of that. then you go through a stage and you measure output, how many conferences that you have, how the papers did you produce, how may times were your people on tv? what we have to get to, throughout the whole business of policy politics, is how do we measure outcomes? not just input, output, but outcomes. we have to get better at doing that. we have to get better at staying focused. that is why in past years, i have been so proud to work with my colleagues, ed crane, former head of ca
in hospital. >> reporter: malala will enter school in year 9. >> inspiring story. >>> the head of nasa calling for an early warning system to protect the country against meteors. but he says the government is not willing to pay for it. the nasa chief told lawmakers a meteor may have been deflected. infrared technology could have detected the meteor. currently there is not a whole lot we can do. >> if you detected even a small one like the one that detonated in russia, headed for new york city in three weeks. what would we do? >> the answer to you, if it's coming in three weeks, pray. >> experts warn the chances of a meteor catastrophe are slim. they say they are real. 10,000 small meteors within range capable of destroying heavily populated urban areas are out there. >>> now to a medical study that hits home for sleep deprived and stressed out right here at home. turns out they may make us at risk for obesity. colorado researchers discovered adults who got five hours of sleep a night gained weight almost immediately after cutting back on sleep. they ate 6% more food t
to the whole. you're accountable to the mission as the nasa engineer said in the book responsibility to the element accountable to the mission. that's the way coach kay was. you're responsible for your job but your mix was to keep the other team from scoring. for us to be in a position to win, that's your ultimate objective. >> rose: you've got ten chapters in this book to talk about particular chapters, we'll talk about those and move on to basketball. trust is number one. give me a quick definition. >> i think you have to be tough enough to hear tough things 23r your colleagues teammates and coaches. that's your test of toughness playing for coach kay. you were held accountable for what you were supposed to do and then if you didn't do it,. >> rose: you knew. >> you knew right away. if you were corrected you were expected to act upon it in a positive way. grant hill was really influential on me in this book whenner talked about teammates have to be able to trust each other so that if the two of us are playing together and i make a mistake and you say come on jay, you've got to do
a city really hit earth? nasa says it's possible, speshly considering that a immediator exploded over yusha last month. if one threatened new york, pray. 95% of asteroids capable of destroying civilization pose no immediate threat but they also say they know little about so-called city killers. in a house hearing yesterday a nasa official pushed for an astronaut mission to an asteroid by 2025. that is not comforting. >> not at all. faen you're up this early, maybe you didn't get enough sleep last night. new research this morning shows that getting just a few hours of sleep a night in a row can lead to almost immediate weight gain. immediate, folks. researchers at the university of colorado studied 16 healthy men and women for two weeks, some were allowed to sleep a luxurious nine hours a night. the rest just five hours like z and i. those who stayed up late and got less sleep not only ate more, they also ate less healthy food consuming 6% more calories than the well rested group. i'm just going to sleep and sleep and sleep. >> all they needed to do is study us here. >> anyone that wor
:19. nasa says there's only one thing the u.s. could do if a large meteor was headed our way. and that is to pray. charles bolden, junior, the administrator, made the comments yesterday during a congress at hearing on the threat posed by asteroids and meteors like the one that injured more than a thousand people in russia last month. bolden sasine currently lacks the ability to find and track meteor the like the one that hit -- meteors like the one that rit russia. >>> a middle school in southern minnesota is locked down at this hour. there was a 911 call of a report that a gunman was on the campus. they immediately went on red alert and locked down every classroom. a police search of the school so far has turned up nothing. new prague is about 45 miles southwest of minneapolis. there are about 875 students in grades 6 through 8 there. we'll keep an eye on it and bring you the latest details as we get them. >>> just as predict -- just as predicted, we have showers. meteorologist steve paulson is tracking the storm and tell us how long this wet weather will stick around. >>> a
. >>> 7:19. nasa says there's only one thing the u.s. could do if a large meteor was headed our way. and that is to pray. charles bolden, junior, the administrator, made the comments yesterday during a congress at hearing on the threat posed by asteroids and meteors like the one that injured more than a thousand people in russia last month. bolden sasine currently lacks the ability to find and track meteor the like the one that hit -- meteors like the one that rit russia. >>> a middle school in southern minnesota is locked down at this hour. there was a 911 call of a report that a gunman was on the campus. they immediately went on red alert and locked down every classroom. a police search of the school so far has turned up nothing. new prague is about 45 miles southwest of minneapolis. there are about 875 students in grades 6 through 8 there. we'll keep an eye on it and bring you the latest details as we get them. >>> just as predict -- just as predicted, we have showers. meteorologist steve paulson is tracking the storm and tell us how long this
ride, a very happy and blessed memory who passed away last year, was asked by nasa to do a strategic plan and what should nasa be looking at. should we be going to mars? dare we go even further, venus? what about -- should we do it with human beings, should we do it with robots? but dr. ride came back with many suggestions but one of which was she said that we should study the planet earth as if it were a planet in our solar system. she said there was a great belief that there was even intelligent life on planet earth and we'll continue to search for it from time to time here. now, i'm -- but really, dr. ride encouraged us to really look at our own planet. and our own planet, as if those from outside of our solar system, were looking at us. because she said that what every astronaut feels -- and i've talked to many along with senators nelson, glenn and gar garn -- is that when they go up and see the majestic universe that god has created, their greatest thrill is to look back on the planet earth and how touching and how moving it is and how we want to protect it. and we need to prote
the senses. >> brian: quick headlines. nasa says mars may have supported human life several billion years ago according to new tests from the mars curiousity rover. the red planet at one point had water pure enough for humans to drink. now we call it evian. will the world forgive and forget about lance armstrong's doping administration. he says he should be because they gave president clinton a second chance. different circumstances. steve, think about that. >> steve: all right. do you always want to buy that new york strip steak or stripper as we call it at our house but it costs a very, very big number. how about getting a cheaper cut of meat that promises to be just as good? >> alisyn: here to show us how is meat merchant pat lafreda. pat, get over here. >> steve: how are you? >> alisyn: nice to see you. you were saying meat prices are going up so we should be more cost conscious. >> it's inevitable. the rise in corn prices and the exportation of american beef since it's the best meat in the world has made supply very low. and demand in america is still very high. >> steve: what you're goi
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